" I was a person who didn’t watch scary movies. I had no interest in them, and I had no problem telling whichever friends I was hanging out with that I would not watch or go to see any kind of horror or thriller film."
"The presence of Dan Flavin’s light sculptures are difficult to describe; words—and even photographs— do a poor job of capturing the all-consuming effect of his work."
Using light, silver paper, maybe a negative, and chemicals to create an image, this series of images tests the boundaries of what we consider to be a photograph.
"Beth has been in traffic now for a horrendously long time. She has severe road rage, the diagnostic kind for which she has a sponsor. She calls as I leave work to tell me this in her quintessential Beth parlance, her voice an odd but unambiguous synthesis of Bobby Durst and Lindsay Lohan."
"By placing black male bodies into the classic framework of portraiture, Kehinde Wiley asserts that there is something inherently noteworthy about blackness."
"Described as 'deeply poetic but also alive with questions,' Novo’s work represents the abundance of battle and bloodshed that took place in the twentieth century due to the power struggles under multiple totalitarian regimes."
On "the importance of listening to black rage and valuing its political, social, and artistic potential."
"People have been writing about the same few emotions and scenarios since the beginnings of time, so how can something that has become so cliché be innovated in a way that it strikes us as completely original?"
Bringing the past into the present by transforming a 1963 issue of "Movieland and TV Time" magazine.
"Until my freshman year, I’d written off movies as 120-minute wastes of energy to be forgotten shortly after."